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Maxar wins $142 million NASA robotics mission

WASHINGTON — Maxar Technologies on Jan. 31 announced a $142 million NASA contract to demonstrate in-space assembly using a robotic arm.  Maxar said the contract...

Cubesats gain broader acceptance for astrophysics missions

HONOLULU — As one astronomy cubesat reaches the end of its mission, scientists and NASA officials argue that such spacecraft have demonstrated they can...

Australia fires satellite images: NASA reveals Australia wildfire destruction in pics

Fires have been ravaging Australia for several months, with things taking a devastating turn in late December and early January. Roughly 60,000 square kilometres...

Denman Glacier: Deepest point on land found in Antarctica

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NASA news: Staggering space agency time-lapse reveals how quickly glaciers are...

Using satellite imagery, NASA was able to see how quickly a series of glaciers have been melting since 1972. The short six second time-lapses...

NASA and USGS reveal stunning infrared aerial photos in Earth As...

NASA and USGS began the Earth As Art project at the dawn of the millennium after scientists saw the beauty in the visual data...

Industry weighs government’s role in satellite servicing

WASHINGTON — With the first commercial satellite servicing spacecraft about to launch, industry executives argue that government agencies, primarily seen as developers of key...

Drought exposes long-submerged 'Spanish Stonehenge' monument

A 7,000-year-old monument dubbed “Spanish Stonehenge” has been exposed for the first time in 50 years, after drought conditions in western Spain dropped water...

Air Force cubesat successfully deployed from Atlas 5 upper stage

On the way to its target orbit, the Atlas’ Centaur upper stage rocket released a cubesat that was riding as a secondary payload. WASHINGTON —...

Op-ed | Why Congress must enact commercial remote sensing reforms

Remote sensing is the imaging of Earth from space. It is incredibly valuable for environmental, national security and commercial purposes. Unfortunately, it’s governed by...

Civilian Applications of GPS Technology

AviationGPS technology is now very much prevalent in commercial aviation. Most commercial jetliners now increasingly employ GPS navigation for initial and non-precision approach to...

Antarctica SHOCK: Scientists have found a monstrous LAVA lake under a...

The shocking discovery was made by the British Antarctic Survey using powerful satellite imagery of the Southern Hemisphere. The Antarctic survey confirmed the presence...

South Korea city deserted after coronavirus 'super-spreads' through church

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - The streets of South Korea’s fourth-largest city were abandoned on Thursday, with residents holed up indoors after dozens of people caught...
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